Multi-published, best-selling Christian author Miralee Ferrell will share her journey from unknown writer to published author with a movie based on her newest book “Runaway Romance” at the Grace Baptist Church on Nov. 3 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
A 23-21 loss at home to Stevenson last Friday ended Columbia High’s 2017 football season.
On a gorgeous Saturday afternoon, family and friends of firefighters and Insitu employees, as well as many locals, gathered at the Hood River Fairgrounds to say thank you to the firemen and first responders for their efforts in fighting the Eagle Creek Fire
Cliff Barackman, whose business card reads “Bigfoot Field Researcher,” presented the second of October’s four KOOBDOOGA programs.
A 5-yard touchdown run, set up by a fourth-down pass interference call on Columbia High, earned King’s Way a stunning 27-21 double-overtime victory here last Friday, in CHS’s homecoming game.
On Oct.14, Everybody’s Brewing celebrated its ninth anniversary with a beer festival.
Columbia High is tied for first place in 1A Trico football standings following its 48-7 victory over Seton Prep here last Friday.
The next time you go in to have a manicure or pedicure at Candies Spa you might find yourself treated to a show of glassblowing artistry.
White Salmon Valley Athletic Director Howard Kreps on Tuesday canceled the remainder of the Columbia High girls soccer season.
The White Salmon Valley Community Library and the Friends of the White Salmon Valley Community Library invite the public to attend an Artists’ Reception on Saturday, Sept. 30, from to 2 to 4 p.m. in the Sprint/Baker Gallery.
Skamania County has a rich and varied history but there are two reoccurring themes that stand the test of time… logging and Sasquatch.
Celebrate Sam Hill’s love of roads Oct. 7 and 8 during Car is King Weekend, a free two-day event featuring a classic car show, an open drive on the historic Maryhill Loops Road and a timed hill climb with vintage sports cars.
On Saturday, Sept. 23, downtown Hood River, will again become the epicenter for fresh-hop beers with the return of Hops Fest.
After helping to create animated films like Shrek and Monsters, Inc., Thane Hawkins transitioned to a career in wine-making and founded Hawkins Cellars in 2007 with his first bottling of Oregon Pinot Noir.
It was the same opponent and same result for Columbia High football in its 2017 season opener last Thursday.